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LaCampana 1986 
Montclair State College 
Upper Montclair, N.J. 

Volume LXVII 






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Fear Of Flying 



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Black Student Cooperative Union 



Council On International & National 

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President Martha Losche 

Vice-President Karl Reidel 

Treasurer Pat Morris 

Secretary Karyn Losche 

Trips Chairperson Lisa K. Reilly 





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College Life Union Board 




President 


Marc Seelinger 


Vice-President 


Larry Malizzi 


Treasurer 


Maureen Schessler 


Recording 




Secretary 


Peggy McGinley 


Corresponding 




Secretary 


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Conservation Club 

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Human Relations Organization 




Latin American Student Organization 




Moniclarion 




Editor-ln-Chief 


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Managing Editor 


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Editorial Page Editor Matt Russas | 


Arts Editor 


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News Editor 


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Assignment Editor 


Maureen Freeburg 


Sports Editor 


Jim Nicosia 


Copy Editor 


Tom Branna 


Photo Editor 


Mike Woods 


Feature Editor 


John Connolly 


Treasurer 


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Ad Manager 


Susan Baldasarre 


Business Manager 


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The Montclarion 



The Quarterly 





Editor-in-Chief LaVaughn Slaven 

Literary Editor David Spangler 

Art Editor Lynda Fox 

Assistant Art Editor R\ta Massengil 
Business Manager John Sorrentino 
Secretary Patricia Hicks 




student Intramural & Leisure Council 





WMSC-FM 




General Manager 


William Normyle 


Operations 




Manager 


Andy Timm 


Engineering & 




Production 


Bob Carmondy 


Business Manager 


Rick Gould 



Drop-In Center 



Director 


Geoff Cahill 


Assistant 




Director 


Hal Benz 


Financier 


Demise Kursar 


Personnel 




Coordinators 


Roma Foster 




Becky Leon 




The Drop-In Center provides 
peer-counseling, infornnation, 
and referral services for the cam- 
pus community. Staffed by stu- 
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Government 
Association 
Incorporated 

The SGA is a half-million dollar 
corporation which is composed 
of all undergraduate students. 
Full-time students currently pay a 
fee of $24 each semester; part- 
time students pay a fee of $2 per 
credit. The legislative branch 
consists of representatives from 
each department and school. 
The executive branch is elected 
each year. 



SGA 
Executive Board 

President Dave Handal 

Vice-President Mark Brancato 

Treasurer Frank Little 

Secretary Pam Gorski 



Accounting 
Club 




Administrative 

Management 

Society 

President Susan Cattell 

Vice-President Lynne Ozga 
Treasurer Linda Fermo 

Secretary Monica Deak 

Public RelationsRoberX Frey 
Membership & 
Merit Diana Krison 

Kevin 
McCornnick 





Alpha Kappa 
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President Karl Reidel 

Vice-Presidents Scott Hildebrant 

Scott Scarpelli 
Treasurer Judy DeLuca 

Secretaries Susan Federock 

Cyndi Waldron 
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Circle K 
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Dance Club 




Delta Kappa Psi 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Recording 

Secretary 

Corresponding 

Secretary 

Pledgemaster 



Kevin Lynch 
Doug Pedalino 
John Sciortino 

Mark Skrabonja 

Tonn Keenan 
Chuck Nankivell 





Economics Club 

President John Sciortino 

Vice-President John Torkos 

Treasurer Bill Buttner 

Secretary Eileen O'Connor 



Freshman Seminar 
Facilitators 



International 

Students 
Organization 

President Lloyd of 

Moorhouse 
Vice-President Tushar Trevedi 
Treasurer Caesar Ospina 

Secretary Augustine 

Dumfries 
Publicity OfficerRosM Edoga 
Cultural Officer Beatriz E. 
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Iota Gamma XI 

President Meg Holland 

Vice-President Irish Saunders 

Treasurer Kelly O'Rourke 
Corresponding 

Secretary Natalie Redka 
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Jewish Student 
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Marketing Club 

President Laura 

Colantuono 

Vice-President Janemarie 
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Treasurer Lori Schuster 

Secretary Jayne 

Oldakowski 




Math Club 






Newman 
Community 



Riding Club 



Senate 





Ski Club 



President Steve Dondero 

Vice-President Sue Sherman 

Treasurer Pete Kemp 

Secretary Lisa Del Pizzo 





Speak Easy 
Foundation 

President Bob Gathman 

Vice-President John Smack 

Executive 

Director Antoinette 

Gathman 
Executive 

Secretary Irene Fortune 



Speech, 

Language, 

& Hearing 

Association 

President Maria Lustig 

Vice-President Joan Aroneo 

Treasurer Kathy Grilley 

Secretary Laurie Rizzolo 



Student Center 
Building Managers 




Tau Kappa Epsilon 



Prytanis 


John Becker 


Epiprytenis 


Paul Acocella 


Grammateus 


Lawrence 




Fogerty 


Chrysophylos 


Robert Acerra 


Histor 


David Ramierez 


Hypophetes 


Bruno Pavlicek 


Pylontes 


Angelo Purerari 


Hegemon 


John Rose 





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Zeta Phi Beta 

President Darlene Morris 

Vice-President Sharon Pearce 



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The Year ... 

Some newsworthy events of 1985-86, as reported in the Montclarion . 

MSC Fees Increased Without Student Input 

Where Has The Parking Fee Increase Money Gone? 

MSC Campus Is Receiving A $1.5 Million Facelift 

SummerFun Producer Suspended By College 

Oversight Leaves Residence Halls In Poor Condition 

College To Refund Overcharged Students 

Fight Results In No-Guest Policy At The Rathskeller 

Agreement Reached In SummerFun Controversy 

Campus Crime Rate Reaches Highest Point In MSC History 

Women's Center Finally Gets Bus Money 

Proposed Class One Reorganization Still Undecided 

MSC Divests Monies From South African Businesses 

Faculty Authorizes Strike But No Date Set 

. . . and a few more from the past four years . . . 

Reagan To Cut Back Student Funding 

Committee Proposes Student Bill Of Rights 

Male Professor Claims Reverse Discrimination 

Residence Life Accepts Tripling Policy As Norm 

New Book Policy Hurts Students On Aid 

Asbestos Removal Begins 

Survey Reveals Low MSC Student Voter Registration 

MSC Housing Costs Rated Fifth Highest In Nation 

Tentative Agreement Averts Teacher Strike 

Protesters Try To Stop Opening Of Dump Site 

MSC Kicks Off Diamond Jubilee; Demonstraters Attend Celebration 

Armed Robbery At Stone Hall 

MSC Rathskellar To Cater To Under 21 Crowd 



. . . At MSC 



. . quotes from the past, as they appeared in the Montclarion . . . 

"We'll do the best we can to see that illegal substances are not dumped . . . but obviously we can't 
examine each piece of garbage that's dumped there." -Eliot Minneberg, former MSC Vice-Presi- 
dent, September 1983 

"This is a McCarthy-ite atmosphere in reverse. People don't speak up because they're afraid to be 
labelled racist or chauvinist." -Peter Pastor, MSC history professor, December 1984 

"It's not directly possible for me to say where specifically the money will be spent. The way the state 
budget is put together we don't track dollar for dollar." -William Griffith, MSC Vice-President for 
administration & finance, September 1985 

"We as students must oppose abuse publicly and let the agents know that it will not be tolerated." - 
Oren Zeve, MSC student, September 1985 

"Our job is to hold up the mirror-to tell and show the public what has happened, and then it is the job 
of the people to decide whether they have faith in their leaders or government. We are faithful to our 
profession in telling the truth. That's the only faith to which journalists need adhere." -Walter 
Cronkite 

. . some significant dates in MSC history ... 

1904- state approves the building of a teachers' college 
1908- first class admitted 
1927- becomes a four year college 
1932- first year tuition was paid 
1958- officially renamed Montclair State College 

1978- Quarry Development Project approved by the Board of Trustees, at a cost of $9.1 
million to future students 



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Goin' to the Rat Tonight? 



The Vanna White 
Of Montclair State 



Thursday night. 1 1 :54 pm. I was standing at 
nny usual spot, just to the left of the pillar next 
to the bar in the Rathskeller. Just as I went to 
signal for my favorite bartender, I spotted her. 
Flanked by someone who was built like Ar- 
nold Schwarzenegger with a haircut and sun- 
glasses to match and a taller version of 
Michael J. Fox she stood out like a beacon. 
The Vanna White of Montclair State. 

"Help you?" said Joe the bartender, break- 
ing my trance. "Uh, Yeah, give me another 
Molson." I said, in a voice much to low for him 
to hear me over the too loud songs blasting 
over the speakers. He must have read my lips 
because he popped open another one and 
put it down in front of me. I didn't notice if he 
took my money or not. Staring at Vanna took 
president over every other concern. Once I 
thought I saw her look at me, but no, it 
couldn't be. Besides, Arnold and Michael J. 
had her pretty occupied. Her nonchalant air 
gave me a glimmer of hope, however. 

Now was the time to devise a plan of action. 
How would I approach her? Was it possible 
for a guy like me to score under these condi- 
tions? Pickings have become slim, what with 
herpes and aids and all. Used to be you only 
went blind. Now, either you had incurable 
cold sores or end up dying and Howard Stern 
telling about a thousand jokes about you. 
Stuff like upside down cake being named after 
you. Wait, wait, now my mind was wandering. 
Why am I thinking about aids? Because 
straight guys get it too, I told myself. Besides, 
Vanna over there dosen't know you from 
Adam. I just wasted ten minutes and haven't 
thought of a plan yet. I had to work fast. First, 
get rid of Arnold and Michael J. If I was lucky 



and my timing was right, maybe they would 
disqualify each other and I could move in for 
the kill. Yeah. Right. Maybe elephants can fly. 
This is the eighties, I told myself. If I want 
something I have to go out and get it myself. I 
have to make my own breaks. Damit, I have to 
go for it. 

Wait, wait! New developments. She is going 
to dance with Michael J.. This could work to 
my advantage. Arnold got tired of flexing and 
left with some of his other bleep buddies. Now 
with him out of the way I can possibly man- 
uver my way over there. That is, provided she 
dosen't leave with Michael J. And provided 
she returns to the same spot. Oh, he has to 
return. She left her wine cooler there. I worked 
my way over to where she previously stood. I 
ordered another Molson and waiter for them 
to finish their dance. Now, how do I break the 
ice? "What's your sign?" Get serious, "you 
know, I've always liked girls with this blood 
type?" Too obscure. I know, how about if I 
ask her if I can buy a vowel? That's it. "Ex- 
cuse me, can I buy a vowel?" What a great 
line. If this works, I'll make history. I sipped my 
brew and reeked of confidence. Oh, oh. Here 
they come. Oh my gosh. Michael J. is leaving. 
He must have been denied. Its just me and 
you now, Vanna. 

Up close, she didn't look as much like 
Vanna White. She did glance at me when she 
returned to the bar. I nodded at her and she 
smiled back at me. "Excuse me, Jim," I said 
as I stood on the little ledge and leaned over 
the bar. "Can I have another Molson when 
you get the chance. By the way, did anyone 
ever tell you that you look like Pat Sajak?" 




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Teachers were always my most favorite peo- 
ple. They seemed caring, concerned about stu- 
dents, interested in our development . . . traits I 
wanted to make my own. I guess the thing 
that's best about teaching is the opportunity to 
present an idea to students, an idea that is new 
to them, watch them grapple with this new 
idea, and watch them try to make use of it, 
make sense of it, and hopefully grow by it, so 
that when they come out it's not so much book 
knowledge they know, but new ways of think- 
ing about things, so they can entertain more 
possibilities. 

One of the nice things about teaching at 
Montclair is that many of the students have 
fairly traditional world views and knowing that I 
am saying things that are outrageous to them 
delights me. I want to confront what they be- 
lieve to be absolutely true and make them think 
about why they're so convinced it's true. 

I ended up at Montclair totally by chance . . . 
I put my name in the book of prospective appli- 
cants one year at an Eastern Psychological 
Association meeting, and about a week later I 
got a call from this place called Montclair State 
College asking if I wanted to come for an inter- 
view, and I said sure. I'd never heard of the 
college. I never knew it exsisted. I had hardly 
ever been in New Jersey before then. 

- Professor Irwin Badin 
Psychology 



Well, let me see ... I got started in teaching 
in the late 1960's. I wanted to be in an environ- 
ment where I could continue to learn things, 
and I liked being a student myself. In the sixties 
I admired my own professors . . teaching 
seemed positive because what went on in uni- 
versities really had an impact on the world and 
that seemed exciting. I think the university envi- 
ronment has changed since then. The student 
leadership today is active about different things 
than students were in the sixties. They were 
more concerned about social and political is- 
sues than students of today. 

One of the biggest differences I've seen is 
that students are more goal oriented today 
than students in the sixties were. I see students 
being more involved today in nitty-gritty practi- 
cal issues such as tuition and college funding. 

Students involved in student government at 
Montclair seem to take it very seriously. I think 
sometimes in a way that makes it difficult for 
them to balance their academic committments 
. . . student government seems to evelop some 
students. 

-Professor William Berlin 
Political Science 





1 really like teaching. It's a fun kind of thing to do. One rewarding 
aspect is when students have an "Ah-ha" experience ... I like their 
expressions, the bright eyes, that sort of thing. The longer I teach, I'm 
increasingly comfortable with it, and in some ways I see teaching as 
almost like performing-you can be on or off. 

When I first started teaching I once did a week's lecture in a fifty 
minute class and had twenty minutes left. But I've improved since 
then. I guess I've learned to be comfortable in front of a group of 
people. I wasn't as a student. I never talked in class because I was 
afraid to say anything. 

I found out about Montclair accidently . . . The chairperson who 
hired me talked with my thesis advisor at a conference in Helsinki, 
Finland. He called me from Helsinki to ask if I'd come for an interview 
. . . so I decided to try out the North for a couple of years. 

-Professor Cattien'ne N orris 
Home Economics 



I find that people in urban areas seldom look at the sky, and don't 
know the constellations ... so I like to take students outside to 
visualize what it's like. I like to get students out of their seats, taking 
part in a simulation of the real sky. Ivly favorite participatory demon- 
stration shows the true scale of the solar system and just how empty 
space is. On a nice day I take the astronomy class outside in front of 
Richardson Hall and position students holding model planets relative 
to a student holding an orange, which is the sun. On this scale the 
earth is agrain of sand 22 feet away and Pluto is another grain of sand 
880 feet away, nearly to College Hall. 

I also try to get students to read the newspapers and keep up with 
what's happening. A recent discovery is that there is a huge black 
hole way out there, halfway to the edge of the universe. There's no 
immediate danger . . . it's about 8 billion light years away. 

Once a group of ten students and I drove up to Nova Scotia to see a 
solar eclipse. We camped out for the weekend, and saw the eclipse. . . 
It was great fun! 

- Professor Mary Lou West 
Physics /Geoscience 





I got started in teaching by accident. I had no 
real aspirations to attend college, but the op- 
portunity prevailed itself upon me ... I accept- 
ed and found out I could excel. The students I 
come in contact with are encouraging to a per- 
son who wants to teach. They're openminded, 
assertive, have a willingness to learn, and want 
to take part in their education. I remember 
most students by name, and I'm very fond of 
the relationships I've established with students. 
Many come back and tell me of their 
successes. 

Students of today are different from students 
of the past in that they seem to be less aware 
about things going on on campus. At present I 
fail to see any real unified cause among the 
students. Perhaps they have causes, but 
they're not spoken at present. It's a pheneno- 
mon I don't completely understand myself. 
They do seem to have silent thoughts about 
helping the world. 

Montclair State College when I first came 
here was a very small school ... It has grown 
immensely since then. It had places like the 
TUB, Temporary Union Building. It seemed that 
there was nothing more permanent than a tem- 
porary building. 

- Professor Richard Grey 
Counseling /Human Services 




When I started teaching I decided instantly it 
was the greatest thing in the world. After all I'm 
basically a hann, and there's nothing like a cap- 
tive audience. Apparently students appreciate 
that type of attitude. I began to develop a very 
good relationship with my students the first 
couple of years. Back then I wouldn't quit 
teaching for a million bucks. Today I'm in need 
of a bit of variety, though. I've been teaching 
for fifteen years now and the closest thing to a 
break I've had is a couple of summers ago I did 
not teach. 

I don't think the quality of our students has 
changed-actually it has improved. What has 
changed is that around the country now there's 
the idea that colleges should be run as busi- 
nesses, that the colleges are factories and stu- 
dents are the products. 

Most of the graduates from our department 
do stay in contact. Three years may go by and 
all of a sudden someone may show up, come 
walking in the door, and I'll say, I know you 
from someplace . . . because he's changed a 
lot since then, you know, but I haven't changed 
that much! 

-Professor Christopher Stasheff 
Broadcasting 








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Sweeps over us 

At the most unlikely of moments 

The hand that reaches out 

When we have fallen 

Under the burdens of our own humanity 

The shoulder that comforts us 

When we cry 

Over unexpected failings 

The eyes that see for us 

When ours are clouded over 

With the mists of our own ego 

The heart that warms us 

When other fires 

Have grown cold 

For friendship is a kind of love 

Subtle and persuading 

Persevering and constant 

And it is found 

Anywhere we care to look 

Yet that is why we so seldom find it 

For rarely do we open our eyes 

To see the beauty in those who surround us. 

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Latifah Ghanimah 


Doris Acanda 


Pury M. Jaquez 


Eric Acree 


Abdelsalam 


Abdus-Salaam 


Business Administration 


Acosta 


History 


Biology 


Home Economics 




Economics 






Suzanne Adams 

Mathematics 



Kathy Ainearn 

Marketing 



Christine Aker 

Communication Sciences 
& Disorders 



Chris Anne Albanese 

Computer Science 



Debbie Alexander 

Office Systems 
Administration 




Eszter A. 


Marie Andreozzi 


Karen Andrews 


Sharon Angelozzi 


Andreanszky 


Allied Health 


Psychology 


Marketing 


Psychology 









Margherita A. 

Angione 

Broadcasting 




Vincenea Ann 


Lisa Maria Antes 


Lisa Elena Antola 


Yezld A. Arango 


Frank Aroh 


Annuzzi 


Biology 


Psychology 


Psychology 


Biology/Chemistry 


French 












Susan Ann Balduini 

Accounting 



Susan Baniel 

Computer Science 



Mary Anne Banta 

Chemistry 



Anna Baratta 

Foods & Nutrition 



Barbara Anne 
Barringer 




Jacqueline Barron 

Commercial Recreation & 
Tourism 



Karen Lillian Bartolo 
Home Economics 



Thomas C. Barton 
Management 



Pamela A. Bates 

Retail Merctiandising 



Louis Battaglia 

Economics 



Joseph R. Batte Jr. 

Economics 



Dawn Patricia Baur 

Accounting 



Monique A. 
Beausoleil 

Marketing 



Jodi Caryn Beck 

Office Systems 
Administration 



Ruth Begasse 

Mathematics 




Michelle Begley Suzanne Marie 

Acting/Directing Begonia 

Music Education 



Bonnie Lynn Belcher 
Business Administration 



Maria Bellocchio 

Consumer Affairs 



Desiree Jo Amalia 
Bene 

English 





Lisa Ann Best 

Accounting 



Karen Mary Bezpaiko 

Retail Merchandising/ 
Management 



Linda Biase 

Political Science 




Paul A. Billbrough 

Music 




Leah Anne Birnbaum 

English 





Mary-Lynn Birsin Joan A, Bischof 

Home Economics Accounting 



Chritine H. Bliss 
Management 



Noreen M. BItetto 

English 



Stacie Rosette Blair 

Psychology 




Susan A. Blelgnier 

Fine Arts 



Lori Ann Blum 

Mathematics 



Frances T. Blundo 

Accounting 



David Boemo 

Accounting 



Maura Bogner 
Marketing 



Cynthia Ann Bogush 

Accounting 



Jane Bojack 

Fine Arts 



Joyce G. Boll 

Communication Tfieory 




Lora Bono 

Allied Health Services 



Thomas C. 
Bontempo 

Marketing 



Barbara Jean Boove 


Pleun Bouricius 


Paula Dianne 


Retail Merchandising/ 


History 


Boykins 


Management 




Biology 




Sonja A. Bradley 

German 



Diane Brandt 

Accounting 



Marianne L. Brady 
Therapeutic Recreation 



Timothy J. Brady 
Psychology 



Linda D. Brake 

Sociology 



Thomas J. Branna 
English 



Ruben Braun 

Political Science 



Rhonda V. Braxton 
Biology 



Maryellen Mia 
Brancato 

English 




Ellen Mary Breen 




Susan Ellen Brower 


Theresa J. Brown 


Marc A. Bruno 


Michael Edward 


Annette Bufis 


History Education 


Psychology 


Political Science 


Bryant 

Business 


Mathematics 



Abby Burkam 

Foods & Nutrition 



Carolyn V. Busch 

Psychology 



Charles L. Bush Jr. 

Industrial Studies 



Elizabeth J. Butler 

Consumer Affairs 



Jennifer Butnnan 

Music 




Catherine Buttner 

Accounting 



Mary Cameron 

Economics 



William Michael 
Buttner 
Economics 



Jacqueline M. Button 

Business 



Sharon M. Byrd 

Office Systems 
Administration 



Ellen M. Byrnes 

Consumer Affairs 




Rosaria Cammalleri 

Psychology 



Catherine Lynne 
Cambell 

Computer Science 



Joanne Campbell 

Marketing 



Mary Ann Campbell 

Economics 




Grizel Campos 

Political Science 



Karen Canino 

Business Administration 



Colleen Muriel 
Cannizzo 
Psychology 



Margaret M. Cannon 

Accounting 



Jill Ann Caputi 

Recreation & Leisure 
Studies 





Catherine Carisi 


Belem P. Carlin 


Angela Carlino 


John Carlomagno 


Mark Anthony 


Art Education 


Political Science 


Fine Arts 


Music Education 


Carnevale 

Political Science 





Denise A. Carnival Susan Carola 

Business Administration Communication Studies 



Lisa M. Carr 

Graphic Design 



Thomas F Carracino 
Political Science 



Giselda Carrera 

Spanish 




238 



Maria Carrinho 


Laura Carroll 


Ritangela Cartella 


William Thomas 


Michele Castrovllla 


Biology 


Psychology 


Fine Arts 


Cassidy 

Political Science 


Accounting 



Frances Cantania 

Business Administration 



Pamela Anne 
Catogge 

Accounting 



Susan Elaine Cattell 
Office Systems 
Administration 



Deborah Cavallo 

Home Economics 



James E. Celeste 

Accounting 




Marylou Cerullo Carol J. Chaky Tinh-Van Jenny 

Physical Education Business Administration Chang 

Computer Science 



Susanne J. Chanin Maria Charry 

Theatre Business Administration 




Elana Chase L/Cpl. Paul Joann E. Chidiac Suzanne Chidiac 

Psychology Chepurko, Jr., USMCR Office Systems Computer Science 

History Administration 



Dawn Marie Chinchar 

Communications 




Margaret Ann 


Brian Anthony 


Amy Catherine 


Michele Cina 


Marilyn Elizabeth 


Chomiak 


Chroback 


Churhill 


English 


Clack 


Business Administration 


Marketina 


Commercial Recreation 




Computer Science 



Judy Clark 

Music Education 



Tracy Lee Clause Monica D Clavareza Michael J Cllsusura 

Marl<eting Spanish Industrial Studies 



Elizabeth Coche 

Accounting 




Rosa T. Conceicao 

Biology 



Julie Connell 

Marl<eting 



John L. Connolly 

English 



Lori A. Connors 

Political Science 



Michael C. ContI 

Political Science 



240 



Blake Conway 


Glen Cook 


Tracy A. Cook 


Marikate Therese 


Anthony 


Communication TIneory 


Computer Science 


industrial Studies 


Cooney 

History 


CoppolaRusso 
Political Science 




Bill Cordasco 

Geography 



Dawn B. Cordeiro 

Accounting 



Alexander Cordova 

Economics 



Sandra Lee Corrls 

Computer Science 



Nancy Joan Corsaro 

Art Education 




Harriet Cotsopoulos 

Physical Education 



Daniel Cotreau 

Industrial Studies 



Susan Coughlin 

Marketing 



Frances Covino 

Economics 



Jannes Cox 

Industrial Studies 




Tammie Crichton 
Foods & Nutrition 



Kathleen P. Crilley 

Communication Sciences 

& Disorders 



Barbara Crooks 

Foods & Nutrition 



Diane Cropsey 

Fine Arts 



Kathleen M. Crossan 

Psychology 




Jean Patricia Cuccia 

Marketing 



Patricia M.F. Cucco 

Communication Sciences 
& Disorders 



Ptiillip Cuilla 

Food Service Management 



Jo Marie Cumberland 

Physical Education 



Jannes R. Cunnnnins 
Industrial Studies 




Kelley Ann 
Cunninghann 

Graphic Design 



Michele Ann Curci 

Community Health 



Carolyn Ann Curtis 

Marketing 



Felicia Ellen Cyran 

Foods & Nutrition 



Vinod C. Dadlani 
Accounting 



Jeanne-Marie 


Geri Daloia 


Bob Dal> 


Andrew Danchuk 


Dalesandro 


Accounting 


Physics 


Business Administration 


English 









Heidi Daniels 

Mathematics 



Diane E. Danella 

Communication Theory 




Judy Lynn D'Argenio 

Physical Education 



Eileen V Davis 

Home Economics 



Pip Davis 

Consumer Affairs 



Kelly Dawkins 

Business Education 




Lisa Ann Deak 


Monica R. Deak 


Theresa DeFaIco 


George DeGennaro 


Rosaline Carmel 


Management 


Business Administration 


Finance 


Accounting 


Delano 

Psyclioloqy 




Diane DelRusso 

Business Education 



Richard Michael 

DeMaio 
Industrial Studies 



Toni Marie DeMarco 

Broadcasting 



Ronald DeMayo 

Community Healtln 



Monica Demetriadon 

Marl<eting 




Christopher Dennehy Carol Ann Delli Santi Corrado DePinto 

Psychology Psychology Accounting 



Lois A. DeRoche Frances M. DeRosa 

Physical Education Business Administration 




Teresita N. Diaz 

Spanish 



Vivian Obregon Diaz- 

Cobo 

Marketing 



Donna DiBello 

Home Economics 



Angela DiDolce 

Psychology 



Susan Lynn 
Diefenbeck 

Retail Merchandising 




Julie A. D'Occhio 

Computer Science 



Ellen M. Dombrowski 

English 



Nancy Donriine Elizabeth Donahue Robyn A. Donaldson 

Mathematics Psychology Communication 

Sciences & Disorders 




Steven F. Dondero 

Marketing 



Carol Ann Dorazio 

Community Health 
Education 



Carole A. Dore Joan Angela Douglas John Francis Downey 

Accounting Home Economics Business Administration 




Theresa A. Doyle Gina Rosalie Drago 

Psychology Finance 



William Drucker 

English 



Anthony S. Dryl Steven Craig DuBoff 

Management Humanities 



Daniel Duca 

Chemistry 



Gladys Duchantier 

Speech & Theatre 



Deldre Elizabeth 

Duffy 

Marketing 



Diana DuHaime 

Psychology 



Dolores Michele 
Eckert 

Home Economics 



Randal A. Edwards 

Political Science 



Delores Edwards 

Office Systems 
Administration 



Mary J. Ehid 

Office Systems 
Administration 



Michele Laurie 
DuMont 

Accounting 




Andrea A. Ehlman 

Foods & Nutrition 




LM .1 -.ti i i 

Debbie Elias 

Accounting 



Jose A. Encarnacion 

Industrial Arts 



Foung Y. Eng 

Fine Arts 



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John Raymond 

Engels 
Computer Science 



Deborah Ercolino 

Physical Education 




Denine Ersfeld 

Accounting 



Catherine Evangelista 

English 



"Living on campus lias its good points and bad 
points. It's a good way to meet people. Sometimes 
strange things can happen, though ..." 

"One year, living in Freeman Hall, we returned from 
winter breal< to find water drops hanging from the ceil- 
ing, like it was raining inside the room. Even when it was 
sunny outside it was raining. We kept calling mainte- 
nance but they never came. Finally one of my friends 
brought in heaters to dry up our room." 

"Another semester I lived in the 2D wing in Blanton. 
One night there was a wing party on the fifth floor, a 
huge bash, very noisy. Suddenly all the RA's were 
called over the loudspeakers. Someone had flushed a 
pizza down a toilet. It had overflowed into the dorm 
rooms, into the hall, ruining stereos, carpets, shoes. The 
stench was awful ... it took them two weeks to clean 
everything up. It was really funny." 

Vickey Podell 




Yovanna Febles 

Accounting 



Patricia Grace Fede 

Consumer Affairs 



Susan Ann Fedorock 

Marketing 



Cindi Fehl 
Foods & Nutrition 



Mitchell A. Felngold 
Marketing 




Deborah Ferguson Patricia Fernandez Mary Ferraioii 

Business Administration Spanish Home Economics 



Angel Ferrante 

Fashion Studies 



Clieryl Ferraro 

Physical Education 




Tliomas Ferruggia 

Economics 



Marc J. Fichtner 

Adult Fitness 



Amy Ficke 

Home Economics 



Sharon L. Figel Christine Finer Anthony J. Fiore liene B Fishco 

Business Administration Food Service Management Psyctiology English 



Carole A. Flaherty 
Mathematics 




Joanne Fogarty 


Bernadette Marie 


John J. Foley 


Raellen Foreman 


Diane Forfa 


Fine Arts 


Foley 

Commercial Recreation 


Marketing 




Computer Science 






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Jay David Forrest 


Laura Forsyth 


Ronna Foster 


Laura Michele Fox 


Laurie Foy 


Management 


Physical Education 


Psychology 


Graphic Design 


Home Economics 
Education 



Jeanne Marie 


Lisa France 


Kyle M. Francis 


Angel Frasca 


Donna M. Fraulo 


Fraclose 


Theatre 


English 


Home Economics 


Recreation & Leisure 


Home Economics 








Studies 




Lucille Susan Freda 

English 



James J. French 

Physical Education 



George E. Friedel 

Physical Education 



Njume Ntoko Fritz 

Industrial Studies 



Gail Frolich 

Marketing 




Charmaine Marie 

Fuller 

Sociology 



Susan Lynn Gaff 

Chemistry 



Debra Ann Furst 

Consumer Affairs 



Joyce Ann Fusco 

Foods & Nutrition 



Christina Ann 

Gadaleta 

Biology 



Albert Gaetani Jr. 

Physical Education 




Michael J. Gaffney 

Accounting 



Valene Gajewski 

Physical Education 



Joseph J. Galioto 

Industrial Studies 



Shelley H. Gallant 

English 



Irish Gambaro 
Fine Arts 



Patricia Gambera Suzanne Gambert 

Political Science Political Science 



Joseph A. Gani 

Biology 



Christopher Garcia 

Broadcasting 




Douglas Garofalo Robert J. Garr Theresa A. Gartlser James Dale Gearity 

Economics Food Service Management Political Science English 



Lois Gennarelli 

Retail Merchandising/ 
Management 




253 



Jo Anne Genovese 

English 



John Genovese 

Psychology 



Felice R. Gerber Cheryl Germane Serafina Giambona 

Fine Arts French Translation Speech & Theater 




Annette E. Giordano Linda R. Gloshinski 

Accounting Environmental Studies 



Alicia A. Glover 
Sociology 



Nancy Gober 

Commercial Recreation 
Tourism 



Sally Ann Godun 

Biology 




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Sean Andrew 
Gogerty 

Accounting 




Stacey P. Gold 

Accounting 







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Paula Goldberg 

Acting/Directing 



Sharon Tracey 

Goodman English Biology Accounting 

Recreation & Leisure » a/ a 

Studies 



Barry Goodman Susan E. Goodstein Judy Goorevich 

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Pamela Gorski 

Marketing 



Patricia Grabowiecki Joseph Gramuglia Irene Grasman 

Mathematics/Education Computer Science Family & Child Studies 



David Grasso 

English 



255 




Patricia Gravatt 

Computer Science 



Gina M. Greco 

Food Service Management 



Michael Greco 



Shelia Colleen Green 

Health Education 



Terri D. Gregory 

Community Health 
Education 




Deborah Marie Gross 

Political Science 



Diane Grzesik 
Computer Science 



Maria Guanci 

Accounting 



Gabrielle Gubernat 

Mattiematics 



Joyce S. Guerin 

Psychology 




Marcia Guerra 
Economics 



Cornelius P. Guth 
Marketing/ Management 



Peter Guthrie 

Fine Arts 



Yolanda Gutierrez 

Spanish 



Denise Marie Guzek 

Family & Child Studies 




Veronica Elizabeth 
Habusht 

Business Administration 



Holly Hague 

Accounting 



Robert J. Haines 
Office Systems 

Administration 



Lauren Holecky Diana Lorraine Hall 

Foods & Nutrition Business Administration 




Phyllis B. Hamilton 

Business Administration 



Barbara Hammond 

Finance 



Lorig Hamporian 

Communication Studies 




Dave A. Handal Jane Elise Handelson Maureen E. Haney Diane Carol Hansen Elizabeth Harrington 

Business Administration Communication Theory & Nutrition Psycliology Biology 

Practice 




Keith Michael Heilos 


Kathleen Helm 


Carolyn K. Heiser 


David Heisinger 


Fariba Hendizadeh 


Broadcasting 


Communication Sciences 
& Disorders 


Englisli 


Humanities 


Computer Science 





Diane F. Hern 

Communication Sciences 
& Disorders 



Paul M. Henry 
Finance 



Antonio Henson 

Economics 



Kathleen Marie 

Herbst 

Management 



Wladzia S. Herko 
Psychology 



Calixto J. Hernandez 
Accounting 



Miriam Hernandez 

Fine Arts 



Silvia Hernandez 

Political Science 



Lisa Beth Herbst 
Computer Science 




Virginia Lee Heulitt 

English 



"I was on a waiting list to get housing for about a 
year. Finally my name came up and I was assigned to a 
Clove Road apartment with three roommates I did not 
know." 

"One of my roommates and I were opposites in quite 
a number of ways-he ate health food, I ate junk food. 
He was neat, and I was a little, ah, unorganized. I 
smoked, and he couldn't stand it." 

"He was always trying to get me to stop smoking. 
Once, after another of our weekly Thursday night trips 
to the Rat we were walking back to Glove, both of us 
pretty drunk, and he decided he was going to crush my 
box of cigarettes, so he pushed me down the hill. So I 
crawled back up and managed to push him down the 
hill . . . eventually we wrestled on the ground, and he 
kept trying to crush the cigarettes in my pocket, but 
they were in a crush proof box." 

Tim Brady 




Teresa Hicks 

Consumer Affairs 






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Scott Hildebrant 

Marketing 




Debra J. Hill 

Physical Education 




Debra Ann Hilla 

Home Economics 



Walter Hoefer 

Commercial Recreation 



Janet Kristin 
Hoffmann 

Foods & Nutrition 



Nancy Hofmann 

Economics 



Richard T. Hoffnnan 

Foods & Nutrition 




260 



Geri Hogan 


Robert Edward 


Carole Hollestelle 


Marie P. Holm 


Alan Homey 


Psychology 


Hollander 
Sociology 


Retail Merchandising & 
Management 


Industrial Technology 


English 



Kathleen Judith 


Lisa Miriam Horn 


Linda Horning 


Peter F. Howell 


Maureen Anne 


Hoover 


Broadcasting 


Community Healtin 


Accounting 


Hughes 


Marketing 








Marketing 




Sharon Alicia Hughes 
Home Economics 



Susan Patricia 
Hughes 

Commercial Recreation & 
Tourism 



Jerry Louis Hunt 
Economics 



Susan Virginia 
Huresky 

Office Systems 
Administration 



Ruthann Hyson 

Acting/Directing 




Kyriacos Jacovides 

Political Science 



Lynn Jameson 

Home Economics 



Amy Jandura 

Nutrition 



James Jarmusch 

Marketing 



Edward Jarvis Jr. 

Economics 



Susan E. Jelly 

Marl<eting 



Doug Jennings 

Economics 




Mary Eileen Jerbasi 

English 



Vivek Jhangiani 

Marketing 



Raymond G. Jobes Jr. 

Biology 



Sharon Joerger 

Accounting 



John Erik Johansen 

Political Science 




Kimberly V. Jones 

Recreation 



Ray Jones 

Accounting 



Timothy Gerard Jones 

Mattiematics 



Susan Nancy Juliano 

Political Science 




Catherine Kane 


Tricia Kane 


Inge Kangootui 


Cheryl Kaplan 


Gayle Karukin 


Foods & Nutrition 


Physical Education 


Allied Health 


Communication Sciences 
& Disorders 


Psychology 



Carol Lee Kaszka 

Political Science 



Dawn Marie Mary L. Kattine Maureen Kay Jean Marie Kearns 

Kaszubski Communication Sciences Business Administration Communications Sciences 

Graphic Design & Disorders & Disorders 




Michael P. Kelly 

Biology 



Patrice E, Kelly 

Accounting 



Peter Kennp 


Kendall Marie 


Jennie Kerner 


Economics 


Kenney 


Commercial Recreation & 




Business Administration 


Tourism 



Michele Kerton 

Consumer Affairs 



Richard Ketay 

Music 
Theory / Composition 



Kerry Lynn Killoran Deborah Ann Kitchell Margot S. Klerman 

Accounting tHome Economics Foods & Nutrition 




Patricia Knight 
Management 



Robert P. Knudsen Karen Endler Kobryn Linda Irene Koenig Robert M. Kondracki 

Pliysical Education Psyctiology English Business Administration 




Barbara J. Kooistra 

Psychology 



Paula J. Koplowski 

Economics 



Sinnone Karb 



Carolyn Korkes 

Business Administration 



Robert Korman 

Finance 




Christopher C 
Korzen 

Graphic Design 



Jane A. Kraft 

Foods & Nutrition 



William E. Kramer 
Quantitative Methods 



Randy Kravitz 

Communication Sciences 
& Disorders 




Brian Stephen Krees 


Diana Lynn Krison 


Lorraine Tyler 


Richard Alan Kuerzi 


Business Administration 


Office Systems 


Kuczek 


Communication Theory 




Administration 


Fine Arts 





Stephan C. Kuhl 
Environmental Studies 




Lisa J. Kuhlman 

Matfiematics 



Kelly Lea Kunich 

Marketing 



Laura Kunzweiler 

Consumer Affairs 



Kim Marie Kurczeski 

Commercial Recreation & 
Tourism 



Michael A. Kurtz 

Accounting 



Karen Lynn Kuser 

Management 



Nancy LaGuardia 

Home Economics 



Judith Kwiecien 

Physical Education 



George Kyriacou 

Economics 



Joanne Alice 
Kyrioglou 

Management 



Rose LaFronz 

Marketing /Management 




Lisa-Ann Laino 
Computer Science 



Lawrence Lalik 

Sociology 



Colleen Lami 

Community Health 



Dorothy Lancaster 

Computer Science 




i 

Denise Lardien 

Retail Merchandising & 
Management 



Ray Latterner 

Communication Theory & 
Practice 



JoAnn Marie Lauria 

Retail Merchandising & 
Management 



Robert F. Laux 

Business Administration 



Antoinette LaVista 

Marketing 



267 




Barbara Lavroff 

Broadcasting 



Renee Leahy 

Retail Merchandising & 

Management 



Debra Lynn Leib 

Political Science 



Paul A. Lemchak 

Accounting 



Linda Lemmerman 

Music Ttierapy 




Joanne Liggio 
Foods & Nutrition 



Suzanne Linfante 

Marketing 



Mariann Lipari 
Fine Arts 



Susan Fran Litensky Virginia Vernon Litteli 
Business Administration Foots & Nutrition 




Louis Loizides 

Mathematics 



Carolyn Lombardi 

Accounting 



Theresa Lombardi 

Community Health 



Christian Rudolf 
Lonnbardo 

Chemistry 



Maria Yolanda 

Lombardo 
Home Economics 




Thomas E. Londres Ann Longernecker Lauren M. Longo Omaira Lopez 

Retail Merchandising & Accounting Music Education Sociology 

Management 



Debra Lorah 

Recreation & Leisure 
Studies 




Mary Ann Lubertazzi Kurt R. Lundberg 

Biology Biology 



Maria Beth Lustig 

Communication Sciences 
& Disorders 



Thomas Lutz 

Marketing 



Maryellen Lux 

Marketing 




Jack Lyons 


Suzanne Maat 


Jacqueline Marie 


Donna MacGill 


Yolanda Machado 


Biology 




Macaluso 

Computer Science 


Accounting 


Psychology 




Mary Ellen Maclsaac 


Glenn J. Mackey 


Esperanza 


Andrew P. Maglione 


Robert Maguire 


Englistn 


Finance 


Maddamma 

Fine Arts 


Political Science 


Economics 




Linda Mainenti 

Political Science 



Robyn Manire 

Health 



John W. Mallack 

Computer Science 



Carolyn A. Mallory 
Office Systems 
Administration 



Angela Marie 
Mancini 

Family & Child Studies 



Debra Ann Mangano 

Accounting 




Daisy Manjarres 

Accounting 



Linda N. Manteria 

Communication Theory 



Karen Mantineo 

English 



Don Manwarren 

Accounting 




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David C. Marabondo 

Marketing 



Eric William 
Marakovits 

Computer Science 



Gina Marasca 

Home Economics 



Celestino Marcelo 

Business Administration 




Suzanne M. Marcy 

Marketing 



Jodi Marino 

Commercial Recreation & 

Tourism 



Nellie Maroun 

Fastiion Studies 



Darryl Randall 
Marshall 

Economics 



Nancy M. Martin 

English 




Suzanne Patricia 
Martin 

Nutrition 



Anna M. Martinez 

Home Economics 



Catherine M. 

Martorano 

Family & Child Studies 



Cynthia Martuscelli Dennis J. Mascali 

Marketing/Management Management 




Jane Ellen Mascuch Janemarie Maselli 

Accounting Marketing 



Lisa Mashburn 

Economics 



Rita Massengill 

Fine Arts 



Geraldine Masterson 

Accounting 



Sandra Masucci Todd Robert Mate Andrea Mayebon 

Business Administration Fine Arts Health 



Homa Mayourian Lorraine Mazzucco 

Computer Science Ptiysical Education 




JoAnn McCabe Barry McCann 

Accounting Music Educaiton 



Karen McCann Kevin J. McCormick Michelle Ann McCue 

Marl<eting Office Systems Home Economics 

Administration 




Karen N. McErlane 

Commerical Recreation 



Cynthia Celeste 
McGarrigle 



Fastiion Studies 



Jalanda Denise 
McGhee 

Foods & Nutrition 



Anne McGovern 

Mathematics/ Education 



Timothy P. 
McGovern 




Mary Kathleen 
McGurl 

Fine Arts 



Deborah Ann 
McKaba 

Political Science 



Daniel McLaughlin 

Political Science 



Michael Kenneth 
McMahon 

Music Performance 



Tinnothy William 
McMahon 

Physical Education 




Gregg Charles Mele Anna Mendoza 

Computer Science Business Adnninistration 



Ana D. Merced 

Englisli 



Susan Merezio 

Consumer Affairs 



Christoher A. Merkt 

Cfiemistry 



"Getting involved at MSC was one of the best things I 
did in college. As I stood at the podium giving my 
farewell speech as CLUB President at the CLUB ban- 
quet, tears filled my eyes as I wondered where four 
years had gone." 

"One thing that stands out in my mind is the Home- 
coming Parade. CLUB members worked night and day 
on our float for the parade. So there we were in the 
parade when all of a sudden the flat truck our float was 
on stops on Upper Mountain Ave. It broke down. All of 
the work that went into that float . . . and we couldn't 
even finish the parade. We were crushed." 

"It didn't stop a bunch of us from pushing the float 
the rest of the way, though. Not only did we finish the 
parade, we even won an honorable mention trophy." 

Karen Schellack 




Peter R. Merle 

Industrial Studies 



Susan A. Meyers 

Finance 




Kathleen Marie MaryAnn Milcetic 

Milano Biology 

Accounting 




Elizabeth C. Millar 

Englisti 



Barri Lynn Miller 

Adult Fitness 



Darlene Miller 

Quantitative Mettiods 



Jane E. Miller 

Computer Science 



Kimberly Miller 

Communication Thieory 




Michele Ann Miller 

English 



Richard K. Miller 
Office Systems 
Administration 



Scott Miller 

Industrial Studies 



Michele A. Milovac 
Office Systems 
Adminstration 



James A. Mitchell 

Mathematics 



Mim Marie Mitchell 


Cathy Mitchem 


Alan Moed 


Denise Lynne 


Otto NIcholaus 


Biology 


Sociolgy 


Accounting 


Mokrzycki 
Acccounting 


Monaco 

Broadcasting 




Anthony Montano 

Political Science 



Deborah Ann 
Montenegro 
Office Systems 



Daniel Jannes Moore Lloyd Of Moorhouse Laraine J. Morano 

Accounting Maketing Accounting 




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Linda Marie 


Adrian Morin 


Dale Morin 


Lisa A. Moro 


David Mudrick 


Morgenthien 


Therapeutic Recreation 


Management 


Home Economics 


Accounting 


oods & Nutrition 












Dennis J. Mudrick 

History 



Charles Mutuku 
Muinde 

Computer Science 



Colleen Muir Dina Mullery Ernesto David Munoz 

English Communication Sciences History 

& Disorders 




Michele Nagy 

Marketing 



Catherine Naugle 



Tina M. Neal 

Physical Education 



Kevin J. Neary 

Accounting 



Paul R. Nelson 

Economics 



Stephanie Nelson 

Fashion Studies 



Dineen Nemeth 
Consumer Affairs 



Nicole C. Nerii 

Sociology 



Cheryl Danisha La 
Fonde Newton 

Consumer Affairs 



Nancy Neyerlin 

Art Education 




Gary Louis Nichols 

Microbiology 




Kelly O'Keefe 

Fine Arts 



Denise Ann Noll 

Political Science 



Marjorie Ann 

Noritsky 

Design/Technical Tfieafre 



William Nornnyle 
Broadcasting 



Felicia Nwosu 

Economics 



Marueen C. Dates 

Office Systems 
Administration 



Maureen O'Brien 

Graptiic Design 



Jayne Oldakowski 

Marketing 



Karen M. O'Leary 

Psychology 



Kathleen A. Oliver 

Illustration 



David F. Ninez 

Economics 




Ann-Marie Ogden 

English 




Pablo R. Olivera 

Biology /Chemistry 




Linda Ann 

Olizarowicz 

Marketing/Management 




Geraldine Anne Opitz Kathleen Frances 

Home Economics Orazem 

Psychology 



Lisa Ann Orlowski 

Business Education 



Karen M. O'Rourke 

Communication Theory 



Kelly J. O'Rourke 

Retail Merchandising 




Maureen L. Osborne Kim Ann Ostermiller Joanne M. O'Sullivan Michael O'Sullivan Laura Jean Gushing 

Communication Theory Physical Education Accounting Fine Arts Ott 

Computer Science 




Howard L. 
Outerbridge Jr. 

English 



Linda Lee Owen 
Graphic Arts 



Lynne M. Ozga 

Office Systems 
Administration 



James R. Paganelli 
History 



Allyson Page 
Philosophy /Religion 



Frank J. Palka 

Sociology 



a 

Robert P. Palumbo 

Foods & Nutrition 



Anita Pannone 

Management 



Maria PapaiannI 

English 



Christina L 
Parciasepe 




Susan Clare Peach 

speech & Theater 



Thomas W. Pegel 

Economics 




Robin L. Peia 


Paula M. Penna 


Roseann Pepe 


Alan P. Pepperman 


Rana Joyce Peretti 


Psychology 


English 


Retail Merchandising/ 
Management 


Economics 


Psychology 




Daisy Perez 

Communication Sciences 
& Disorders 



Maria Barbara Perez 

Psychology 



Marna C. Perez 

Sociology 



Donna Perretta 

Commercial Recreation 



Kymberly Anne Perry 

Marketing 



John D. Peterson 

English 



Rosanne Petracca 

Business Administration 



Diane Petrelis 

Home Economics 



Lorraine Petrick 
Quantitative Methods 



Myriann Peyrouton 

English 



Carol Pharis 

Political Science 



Beth Phillips 

Family & Child Studies 



Carol Lynn Phillips 
Psychology 



Donna Jean 
Pettiegrew 

Retail Merchandising 




Karen Lee Phillips 

Psychology 




Denise Angela 
Pignato 

Marketing 



Elizabeth Pinter 

Graphic Design 



Darljna Linda Pisano 

Marketing 



Jose Manuel Pla I 

Music Performance 



Emanuela Ponzi 

Accounting 



Laurie A. Powell 

Marl<eting 



Barbara Van Der 
Plaats 

Office Systems 



Yvonne S. Plaza 

Communication Sciences 

& Disorders 



Victoria J. Podell 

Psycfiology 



Bruce A. Poignant 

Adult Fitness 




Rebecca Portier 

Business Administration 



Elizabeth Potter 

Antfiropology 



Lorraine Claire 
Potterton 
Management 



Edward G. Poveromo 

Mathematics 




Carol Ann Power 

Marketing 



Mary Beth Powers 

Nutrition 



Nancy Precone 

Quantitative Methods 



Anita Mana Princen 
Marketing 




James S. Prusarczyk 

Management/ Marketing 



Paula Psathas 

Home Economics 



Coleen Quinn 

Accounting 



Sharon Marie Quinn Eva Raftopoulos 

Economics Computer Science 



Dawn M. Ragusa Gregory R. Raimann 

Accounting Marketing 




Lynne Railo 

Physical Education 



Ana E. Ramirez 

Economics 



Jacqueline Ramsay 

Accounting 



Colleen Patricia 
Ramsey 

Biology 



Concettina Randazzo 

Communication 





Elizabeth A. Refinski 

Political Science 



Andrew JM Regiec 

Speech & Theatre 



Karl W. Reidel 

Marketing 



Lisa Katharine Reilly 

Commercial Recreation & 

Tourism 



Mary Patricia Reilly 

Office Systems 
Administration 




Philip J, Renshaw Jr. Ronald Repage Donna Lynn Repasch Valerie Revinski 

Marketing Mathematics Computer Science Foods & Nutrition 



Valerie Lynn 
Reynolds 

Home Economics 




Nancy Jean Rieder 

Office Systems 
Administration 




Kathleen Marie 
Riedinger 

Marketing /Management 



Candice Rienstra 

Speech! & Theatre 



Kimberly Riffel 

Recreation & Park 

Management 



Lynn Rile 

Accounting 



Lisa Marie Rivera 

Fine Arts 




Nancy Rivera 

Recreation & Leisure 
Services 



Donna Rizzo 

Communication 



Maria Elena 
Rodriguez 

Psychology 



Robert Rogers 

Psychology 



Stephen Rolik 
Industrial Studies 





Beverly J. Rose 

Consumer Affairs 



Ralph Rose 

Accounting 



Randi Roth 

Business Education 



Tracey Rovito 

Sociology 



Gladys Rubiani 

Matfiematics 




Dawn Marie Russo Flora S. Russomagno Barbara Anne 

Political Science Office Systems Russomanno 

Administration Political Science 



Gerard Joseph 

Russomanno 

Finance 



Lillian M. Ryan 

Sociology 




Thomas M. Ryan Maria Carmen Sabin Soheila Safargar 

Sociology Management Political Science 



Cathy Salamon 

Accounting 



Marianne Salati 

Industrial Studies 




Maryann Sansone 

Political Science 



Stephanie Lyn 

Sansone 
Political Science 



Lori Ann Saporito Marie Pauline Sarkos Samuel Sarmiento 

Business Administration Pliysica! Education Computer Science 




Patricia C. Saunders Joseph John Scafidi Maurice A. Scaglione Scott Scarpelli Annemarie Scaturro 

Marketing Economics Marketing Business Administration Computer Science 




Susan M. Scavone Herman Schaper Joachim Schaper 

Political Science Graphic Design Management 



Karen Schauer 

English 



Maureen Ann 
Scheibner 

Mathematics 




Karen Schellack 

Marketing 



Ron Scherr 

Accounting 



Paul W. Scheuplein Ernest Schmidig 

Accounting Psychoiogy 



Roger Charles 

Schnnitt 

Biology 




Marianne Schneider Marilynn Schneider Lisa Schumann 

Psychology Antlnropoiogy Accounting 



Lori Schuster 

Marketing 



Francine Schwartz 

Business Administration 



J. Allyson Schwarz 

English 



Michael 
Schwarzmann 

Accounting 



Luanne Sara 

Scibetta 

Commerical Recreation 



John Sciortino 

Economics 








Glenn R. Selius 

Psychology 



Patricia Ann Sharo 

Therapeutic Recreation 



Barbara Ann Sevey Charles Joseph Sgro 

Psychology Accounting 



Steven A. Shafer 

Accounting 



Dana A. Shaw 

Fashion Studies 



James Michael 
Sheridan 

Community Health 



Susan Lisa Sherman 

Marketing 



Tonya Ral<ita Scott 

Quantitative Methods 




Kevin Shanley 

Industrial Studies 




Michael Gerard 
Shevlin 
Marketing 




Gregg Andrea 


Wendy Patricia 


Karen Siegel 


Theresa Silo 


T F Julius Simmonds 


Shimberg 


Shultz 


Economics 


Commercial Recreation 


Bioiogy 


Fashion Studies 


Industrial Studies 










Jane Ann Simms 

Psychology 



Patricia Lynn Simons 
Food Service Management 




Gary Troy Simpson 

Sculpture 



Lora Sims 

Community Health 



"I began my college experience with an immense 
sense of awe at these hallowed halls; this soon passed. 
Classes in the beginning were challenging and exciting . 
. . at the end I found them boring, frustrating, and 
annoying. I joined that group the SGA for a while, and 
the more that I learned the more they became in my 
eyes a group of obnoxious children playing the part of 
propagandists for a better democracy." 

"What has the SGA done in four years? Spend our 
money, of course. And money, every time I go the 
business office, I cringe, don't we all?" 

"So what has college done for me? That's a hard one 
. . . well I guess I'd have to say the people. I did meet my 
future wife at Montclair, I guess that's the best thing 
that happened to me besides the friends I've made. 
Montclair is not the pencil marked desks, paint chipped 
walls, and dusty halls. Montclair is, and its soul is, the 
people." 

Patrick Sean Gorman 




Gregory F. Smith 
Outdoor Recreation 



Kevin J. Smith 
Broadcasting 



Patrick R. Smith 
Biology 




Timothy G. Smith 

Accounting 



Arlene Snyder 

Business Administration 



Theresa A. Soda Jack Ernest Solomon Theresa Sommer 

Business Administration Therapeutic Recreation Accounting 




Steven P Sona 

Finance 



Nadine Sopl<ia 

English 



Ralph C Sorrentino 

Accounting 



Mana Sousa 

Mathematics 



Christopher J. Sova 

Finance 



Ronald R. Spadaro 

Business Administration 



Monique Renee 
Specht 

Retail Merchandising 



Karen Sperling 

Marketing 



Karen Spina 
Ptiysical Education 



Jan Splngarn 

Consumer Affairs 




Leslie Stevers 

English 



Richard Stivala 

Computer Science 



Alyce J. Strapec Keith Alan Stroever Dr. Rodney Stubina 

Psychology Finance Austrailian Studies 



Louis Studer 

Finance 



Nancy I. Stupay 

Accounting 






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Alison F. Sullivan 

Industrial Studies 



Joanne Tanzi 

Nutrition 



John Sullivan 

Industrial Studies 



Todd Eric Sutterlin 

Economics 



Michele Kim Sw/an 

Political Science 



Thorn Sweeney 

Acting /Directing 




Michele Ann Tauber Francisco J. Taveras 

Acting/Directing Economics 



Janet M. Taylor 

Accounting 



Lena Herriot Taylor 

Accounting 




Richard Thompson Jill Karen Thomson 

Economics Consumer Affairs 



John K. Tiene 
Political Science 



Robert Timberger 

Industrial Arts Education 



Roger John 
Toedtmann 

Accounting 




Elizabethann Tomasi 

Retail Merchandising & 
Marl<eting 



David G. Tomeo 

Political Science 



Martin Toomsoo 

History 



Mark J. Torielio John Gilbert Torkos 

Finance Economics 




Andy Townley 

Marl<eting 




Wendi B. Traub 
Fine Arts Education 





Henry Trautfetter 

Economics 




Diane Mari Trauersa 


Donna L. Trunzo 


Stacy A. Tuzik 


Leslie Jane Uphold 


Victoria Luisa 


Fashion Studies 


Mari<eting 


Psychology 


History 


Valencia 

Psychology 




Adrians M. Vignolo 

Psychology 



Mary Ann Villalobos 


Mireya Villegas 


Karen S. Vincent 


Catherine Viola 


Marie Vitalo 


Communication Theory & 


Management 


Englisti 


Adult Fitness 


English 


Practice 












Donna Maria Vitello Ada Francesca Vitti 

Biology Foods & Nutrition 



Arlene Viviani 


Soraya Vizuete 


Marco Anth 


Computer Science 


Finance 


Vollero 

Marketing 





Frederick M. Wagner David Wal<eford 

Political Science Accounting 




Lance Walden 

Broadcasting 



Kim Suzanne Walker Lauren Hope Wall 

Foods & Nutrition Communication Theory 




Jeanne Marie Walsh 

Communication 



John A. Walsh 

Accounting 



Maryann Bridget 
Walsh 

English 



Sheri M. Walsh Bryan Richard Walter 

Psychology Business Administration 




Thomas P. 
Washington 

Management 



Barbara A 
Wasserman 

Psychology 



Linda Dee 
Watchman 

History 



Cheryl Watson 
Business Administration 




Diane Webber 
Business Administration 



Michael J. Webster 

Biology 



Terl Jill Wechter 

Retail Merchandising 8 
Management 



Lee Jarrett Weiskott Robin Lee Welch 

Accounting Engiisti 




Kim Will<inson 
Mathematics 



Hope DeVaughn 
Williams 

Office Systems 



Joyce G. Williams 



Robert G. Williams 
Music 



Katherine Jean 
Wilson 

Home Economics 




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Julia Winans 

Business Administration 



Elizabeth M. Wojtal 

French Translation 



Robin R, Wolf 

Broadcasting 



Janice M. Woltag 
Psychology 



Heriberto Worrell 
Political Science 




Nancy Therese 
Wright 

Communication Sciences 



Sherri Wyble 

Biology 



Brenda L. Yachera 

Computer Science 




Ann Marie Yager 

Accounting 



Robert Yeager Nancy Ellen Yuhas 

Business Administration 



Amit Zakheim 

Political 
Science/ Psychology 



Barbara Zampino 

French 




Angela P. Zangari Donna Beth Zapolin Michael Zarrillo 

Computer Science Marketing /Management Economics 



304 



Anita Diane 


Christine Marie 


Zeldenrust 


Zelhof 


Psychology 


Accounting 




Patricia Zichichi 
English 



Susan M 
Zimmermann 

Communication Theory 



Bradley Zucker 

Economics 



Brian Zweiacher 

Communication Theory 




Marisa Altamura 
Speech & Theatre 



Vincent J. Andaloro 



Susan Leslie 

Recreation & Leisure 

Studies 



Joan Ellen Maffei 

Business Administration 



Marie C. Niwias 

Accounting 




Tammyann Rominski 

Fine Arts 



Susan Stipelkovich 

Office Systems 
Administration 



Brenda Schait 

Broadcasting 



Lisa Joyce Smith 
Business Administration 



Mary Grace Zaccaria 

English 




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Who's Who Among Students 
In Annerican Universities and 

Colleges 



For fifty-two years, Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges has recognized outstanding stu- 
dent leaders at schools across the nation. The following MSC 
students join others from over 1,000 colleges and universities 
throughout the country to be included in the 1985-86 Who's Who 
honors program. 



Rita Ander 
Kim Anderson 
Sharon Angelozzi 
Robert Barnes 
Harold Benz 
Matthew Blank 
Allison Boucher 
Geoffrey Cahill 
Deborah Ellas 
Christopher Cofone 
Yvonne Febles 
Elizabeth Flynn 
Roma Foster 
Teresa Garrison 
Pamela Gorski 
Cornelius Guth 



Patrice Kelly 
William Kramer 
Laura Kunzwieller 
Rose LaFronz 
Vivian Lalumia 
Frank Little 
Michele Miller 
David Mudrick 
William Normyle 
Kathleen Orazem 
Coleen Quinn 
Karen Schellack 
Wendy Shultz 
Jim Sonzogni 
Gary Takvorian 
Oren Zeve 



One Last Chance 



Here's the page where all you boys 
and girls who snarled "Don't take my 
picture!!!" can draw in your own damn 
pictures . . . 



Graduation 




310 



Genesis 1986 




Kiera Gannon, Contributing Editor 



Tracy Rowland, Contributing Editor 
















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So this is it. The book is finished, and now I have some space for 
a postscript. I must say I've enjoyed my four years on the year- 
book. But there are some questions in my mind I've thought about. 
Such as . . . 

Was being Editor-in-Chief- which, like the other staff member- 
ships- and unlike some other notable student offices- is a no-pay, 
non-academic credit, solely volunteer position- worth putting up 
with all the bureaucracy, red tape, lack of cooperation, and other 
assorted nonsense that this college is notorious for? Was it worth 
dealing with an incompetent, Gestapo-like Student Government 
that meddles in affairs it knows absolutely nothing about? Was it 
worth listening to all the stupid questions from a collection of 
incredibly apathetic students? Most of you sheep don't even know 
how this book was paid for. At this point as far as I'm concerned 
most of you people don't deserve to have any kind of yearbook at 
all. 

Anyway, if it wasn't worth all the controversy I never would have 
spent so much time in the Student Center Annex. (By the way, the 
Annex is a building similar in design to an oversize, buried coffin. 
Student organizations are confined here while administrators cur- 
rently lounge in the more spacious and lofty fourth floor of the 
Student Center. Your student fee money at work!) 

And that's it. I'm not offering any insights about this book; It will 
stand on its own. This is not the end. For MSC yearbooks, this is 
the beginning . . . 



Chris Cofone 

Editor-in-Chief 

1986 Genesis 

alias La Campana 




The Organization Of Tiie Year 

1985-86 MSC Yearbook Staff 

Editor-in-Chief 
Christopher J. Cofone 

Executive Editor 
Rodney Stubina 

Roving Editor 
Steven Gordon 

Managing Editor 
Richard J. C. Hango 

PInotograpliy Editor 
Michei A. Djordjevic 

Business Manager 
A.J. l-ioward 

Contributing Editors 
Kiera Gannon 
Tracy Rowiand 

Contributors 

Cindy Bacon Bruce L. Myers 

Chris Chouinard Robert Seiby 

Foung Eng Eilen Sheehan 

Chris Garcia Mary Siral< 

Lorenzo Gasperini La Vaughn Slaven 

Jim Gearity Phil Tavano 

Steve lavarone Donna Unosl<i 

Ricl< Lee Ellen Wieser 

Joe Linetta Lisa Williams 

Luisa Manetta Mike Woods 

The editors thank Jerry Salomone, Jostens Sales Repre- 
sentative, for all his time and help. 

Also thanks to Bob, Aaron, and the staff at Carol Studios 
for the fine job they did for us this year. 



Photo Credits 



(Some photos are identified by positions instead of pages; Top, 
Center, and Bottom; Left or Riglit.) 

Cindy Bacon: 126BCR, 169BL, 198, 199, 201, 204B, 206B 
213, 214, 216B, 221TR/B, 237. 

CInris CInouinard: 1 1 1T 

Ctiris Cofone: 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15 
16TL/CL/CR/BL/BR, 18TR/B, 19TL/TR, 20BR, 22t'l/Br' 
23TL/BL/BR, 24TL/BR, 25BR, 27T/C, 29TL/TR/BL 30 
31B, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37TL/B, 38, 39, 40, 41TL/BR, 54TR/b' 
55TL/TR/BL, 58TL/TR, 59, 60BR, 61, 62T, 63BL 
64TR/BL/BR, 65B, 66, 67, 68CL/CR, 69B, 70, 71, 72BR 
73TL/B, 75B, 77TL/CR, 78, 79, 80TR, 81B, 82T, 85T 86' 
91T, 93, 94B, 102TR/BL, 103BR, 104TL/TR 105 
106CL/CR/BR, 107, 110TR/CR, 112BL/BR, 113BR, 
114TR, 115CL/BR, 122, 125TL/TR, 126BCL/BC 
127TC/TCR/TR/CL, 131CL/CR, 135TL/BL/BR 
136TL/TR, 137TL/BR, 138BL/BR, 139BL/BR, 140, 141, 
144, 146, 147, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 159 
162B, 163, 164CL/CR, 166, 167, 168CL/TR, 169T, 170CR 
171TL/TR/CL, 172CL/CR/BL, 173TL/CL/CR/BL, 174BL, 
190, 191, 194, 195, 196, 197, 200T, 202B, 203, 204TL/R 
206T, 207L, 208BL, 209, 210T, 211, 212BL/R, 215 217' 
218, 219, 220, 221TL, 231, 238, 241, 242, 243, 247, 253' 
256, 264, 269, 270, 272, 285, 286, 287, 297, 299, 300,' 
306, 310TL/CL, 311TR/BL, 312TL/BL, 313TR/BR, 
315TL/BL, 316CL. 



Richard J.C. Hango: 20TR/TL/C/BL, 21, 22TR/BL, 24TR, 
25TL/TR, 26, 29BR, 33, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 
51, 52, 53, 60TL/R/BL, 63TR, 72TL, 73TL/TR, 74, 
75TL/TC/TR, 76, 77B, BOTL/BR, 81T, 85B, 92T 
102TL/CL/BR, 103TL/TR, 113T, 126BL, 128, 143, 145^ 
200B, 210B, 271, 278, 281, 291, 294, 298, 304, 305, 314BR, 
315TR, 

A.J. Howard: 89B, 91B, 94T, 103BL, 114BL, 115TR/CR 126T 
137BL, 138TR, 139TR, 150, 158, 174CL/BR, 175CR, 176.' 

Steve lavarone: 10, 110TL, 127TL, 133CL, 142 164BL 
165TL/TR/BR, 172TL/TR/BR, 216T. 

Luisa Manetta: 105BR, 112TR/TL, 114BR, 121B, 125CL/BL 
127C, 173BR, 232, 233, 234, 250, 255, 275. 

Bruce L. Myers: 9, 109, 161, 164TR, 165BL, 170BR, 171BL. 

Tracy Rowland: 23TR, 27B, 80BL, 110BR/BL, 111BL/BC, 
113BL, 127CR, 130TL, 132, 134BL, 162T, 170CL, 288, 303.' 

Mary Sirak: 316CR. 

Rod Stubina: 16TR, 37TR, 41TR/BL, 54TL, 55BR, 56 57 
68TL, 72TR, 89T, 106T, 111BR, 114TL, 120, 124TR 'l29' 
130CL, 131BR, 134TL/TR, 135TR, 174TR, 175T, 244 254' 
266, 282, 302, 310BL/CR, 311TL/BR, 313TL/Bl' 
314TL/BI, 316BL/BR. 



Michel A. Djordjevic: 2, 4, 5, 12, 69T, 92B, 104BL, 160, 168BR, Unknown Photographers: 104BR, 115TL, 125CR, 127TCL 

IfiQP.R 17-\ra -177 -fQO mo 01CDO 0170 ^oor-, -i^/^r-,1 / i-, i-, w r^-,-I-^-, ..^r^-■-. j «„-,-, .^„ .^_ ' 



169CR, 171CR, 177, 192, 193, 315BR, 317B 

Chris Garcia: 18TL, 19B. 

Steven Gordon: 62B, 63TL/BR, 65T, 68BL, 124B 130CR 
133TL/CR, 134BR, 175BL, 263, 310TR. 

Division Page Illustrations by Foung Eng 
Cover Design by Rick Lee & Chris Cofone 



133B, 136BL/BR, 137TR, 138TL, 139TL, 156, 157, 170TR, 
173TR, 202T, 228, 259, 316BC. 

Lisa Williams: 64TL. 

Mike Woods: 3 IT, 12 IT, 123, 126BR, 205, 207R, 208TR, 212T. 



Senior portraits, processing, & supplies by Carol Studios, Lynbrook, New York. 

Volume 67 of MSC's Yearbook was printed in a quantity of 3000 copies on 80 pound gloss 
paper by Jostens Printing and Publishing Division, State College, Pennsylvania, and Topeka 
Kansas. 

All photographs, graphic artworks, written copy, and articles that appear in this book are 
the property of, and appear with the consent of their individual photographers, artists, and 
writers. Any other use of a photograph, graphic artwork, written copy, or article without the 
express written consent of the photographer, artist, or writer is forbidden. 

Any opinions suggested in this publication are not necessarily those of the college,. 
Copyright © 1986 Christopher J. Cofone 



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Images of sorrow 
Pictures of delight 

Things that go to make up a life . . . 
-Genesis